Migrating applications to the cloud with azure : re-architect and rebuild your applications using cloud-native technologies

The cloud is no longer just a buzzword, but a proven technology, and companies are moving there fast. One of the problems many teams face is how to move their legacy applications to the cloud. This book offers the perfect solution to strategize and plan your app modernization journey by taking advan...

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Other Authors: Zaal, Sjoukje.
Format: eBook
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : PACKT Publishing, 2019.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright and Credits
  • About Packt
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Planning Application Modernization
  • Chapter 1: Strategies for Application Modernization Using Azure
  • Introducing application modernization
  • The value of application modernization
  • The cloud maturity model
  • Different migration strategies
  • Rehost
  • Refactor
  • Rearchitect
  • Rebuild
  • Summary
  • Questions
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 2: Building Your Application Migration Roadmap
  • Building a migration roadmap
  • Assess
  • Creating a cloud migration plan
  • Involving stakeholders
  • Calculating your TCO
  • Discovering and evaluating apps
  • Migrate
  • Optimize
  • Cost management and billing
  • Secure and manage
  • Security
  • Cloud health monitoring
  • Data protection
  • Migration tooling
  • Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit
  • Azure Migrate
  • Azure Site Recovery
  • Azure Database Migration Guide
  • App Service Migration
  • Summary
  • Questions
  • Further reading
  • Implementing Containerization and DevOps in a Development Cycle
  • Chapter 3: Getting Started with Docker and Kubernetes
  • Technical requirements
  • Understanding the Docker ecosystem in Azure
  • Azure Container Instances
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Web Apps for Containers
  • Azure Batch for Containers
  • Docker in Azure Marketplace
  • Docker Enterprise Edition (basic, standard, advanced)
  • Azure Service Fabric
  • Red Hat OpenShift on Azure
  • Docker in Azure IaaS
  • Containerizing your applications
  • Planning for containerization
  • Building a Docker host in Azure
  • Preparing Docker images
  • Preparing a Dockerfile
  • Preparing a sample Dockerfile for a sample app
  • Building the Docker image
  • Pushing Docker images to Docker Hub
  • Pushing Docker images to the Azure Container Registry
  • Running the application with containers
  • Kubernetes and Azure
  • Kubernetes overview
  • What does Kubernetes do?
  • Kubernetes architecture
  • Kubernetes concepts
  • Building Kubernetes environments on Azure
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Why Azure Kubernetes Service?
  • Top use cases with AKS
  • Summary
  • Questions
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 4: Deploying Highly Scalable Apps with Kubernetes
  • Technical requirements
  • Azure makes Kubernetes easy
  • Deploying an AKS cluster
  • Deploying with the Azure portal
  • Deploying with the Azure CLI
  • Connecting to the AKS cluster
  • Understanding AKS networking modes
  • Deploying applications on AKS
  • Planning scalable application deployment on AKS
  • Frontend
  • Backend
  • Building a deployment YAML file
  • Deployment for the backend pod
  • Service for the backend pod's deployment
  • Deployment for the frontend application
  • Service for the frontend application
  • Deploying the sample application
  • Scaling applications on AKS
  • Scaling applications on AKS manually
  • Autoscaling AKS applications
  • Scaling the AKS cluster
  • Scaling an AKS cluster manually